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. technology as we said, the worst performing sector today. let's take a look at some of the etfs that are part technology or at least a lot of them, and these are baskets of technology groups. here's the market vectors semiconductor etfs, they got hit by about one and a third percent including, of course, intel. david: all right. surprise, surprise, natural gas once again. it was a huge bump up -- it wasn't a huge bump up, but it was enough that we take note. natural gas standing out in the energy pits, eking out a small gain. let's take a look at the ung. there it is. again, it's about a half a percentage point gain on a down day in the market, but considering its runup over the past month or so, this thing, we wonder where it's going to end. liz: well, merrill lynch liked it, put out that note saying natural gas would be higher going into the winter season. coal, those names were on fire today. here's the coal exchange-traded fund, ticker or symbol kol moving higher by about three-quarters of a full percentage point. david: when the bell rings, the action begins. two countries have historica
>> she has been testing the suit for years now. it is proven technology. >> guarantee anything. melissa: would you do it? >> absolutely. i have been wanting to skydive. again, my wife would probably kill me. melissa: thanks, guys. that's all the "money" we have for you tonight. we'll see you tomorrow. "the willis report" is up next. ♪ gerri: tonight, $5 gas is happening in one state. could it happen in yours? is government regulation to blame? for mitt romney calling the president pass it when it comes to foreign policy. a complete analysis. welcome to "the willis report." hello, everybody. i'm gerri willis. the united states and china on the verge of a new high-stakes, high-tech war that some say we are already losing. an explicit congressional report a year in the making out today blasting to of china's biggest telecom companies saying they cannot be tested and should not be doing business in this country. the two companies are accused of a host of illegal activities that include everything from bribery and corruption to emigration fraud. what does it mean to make joining m
comes with some risk, but proven technologies allow natural gas producers to supply affordable, cleaner energy, while protecting our environment. across america, these technologies protect air - by monitoring air quality and reducing emissions... ...protect water - through conservation and self-contained recycling systems... ... and protect land - by reducing our footprint and respecting wildlife. america's natural gas... domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... that's smarter power today. domestic, abundant, clean energy to power our lives... take the steps to reach yours, everyowith usgoals. with real advice, for real goals. the us bank wealth management advisor can help you. every step of the way. from big steps, to little steps. since 1863 we've helped guide our clients, so they can take the steps to help grow, preserve, and pass along their wealth. so their footsteps can help the next generion find their own path. all of us serving you. us bank liz: well, at one point the dow was down 58 points, at the moment here we are down 22, trying to come back here on very thin
. but slipped into the red for the rest of the session. technology and consumer discretionary today's worst performers, and as we said, energy the only sector to end in the green. palladium, this is the metal that helps catalytic converters convert. it was the sole gainer among the metals today to rise to $658.20 an ounce. a stronger dollar weighed on gold though as the precious metal ended in the red for the third straight session, falling more than $10. and u.s. small business sentiment weakened in september for the fourth time in five months. the national federation of independent businesses said its optimism index fell to 92.8 last month as fewer small business other thans expected to hire and to make capital investments. david: we have all of this covered with todd horowitz in the pits of the cme, david is our resident bull, and tony is a growling bear. they're going to duke it out in our street fight today. let's start, though, with todd at the cme. todd, i was discouraged to see those few minutes at the end there of the trading session going down. doesn't foretell well for what happe
as quickly as you fill up at the gas pump? well, you can. the problem is that technology does not work with the chevy volt. why that is the case. an electric pump. stay tuned. >> i am robert gray with your fox business brief. the selloff on wall street continues at the federal reserve latest assessment of the u.s. economy. most regions across the country showed moderate growth since the last survey. investors are snapping up shares of the children's play landing a deal with wal-mart to have the products sold in stores this holiday season. and the banking giant ceo jamie dimon says it has lost up to $10 billion in their related litigation and write-downs. now they're facing a civil lawsuit from the new york attorney general. seeking to hold the bank accountable for allegations bear stearns vcs investors on the mortgage-backed securities. that is the latest from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. tracy: the biggest road barack electric car sales is how long they take to charge. but abb group has taken charging time from eight hours down to 15 minutes. jeff flock at
of that technology. the second thing the arguing, and we aren't sure why, is there are getting in and hacking and snooping around all of our computer systems. looking at the electric grid, the water supply system. gerri: this does not make me feel good. >> you don't know why they're doing it. did they use it in some kind of warfare situation? that some point the mere threat of saying we could shut down the electric grid on the east coast of the united states. we don't want you to do a darn thing when we take over taiwan. >> the big 2003 blackout in the northeast, some people say it was triggered by a chinese actor who made a mistake. fifty americans died that time. also, a florida black of the some people attribute to china. they're going after the infrastructure backbone in the united states because in a wartime scenario it would be very useful to be able to shut down like. >> they would not even have to use it. it could threaten to use it. gerri: we are not the bad guys, we adjust the company tried to do business and compete on an even playing field in ur market. let's take a look that this
giving certain circumstances and scott fries says to avoid technology. we talked about that because of apple. let's start with wary at the cme. a couple down days. looks like a clear direction and today no clear direction at all. what is going on? >> million reasons the market went down monday through wednesday and today there are a variety and no one seems to know and in reality, a lot of background noise right now. 1430, 1470, up until we see a major catalyst, keep in mind we will stay in this range. something to change the narrative of the market. liz: we know the market is a living breathing thing. crossing the flat line 22 times in the last hour, what would an investor who figures out they can find direction on any given day do about this? what seems like a sure thing? >> there is no sure thing. what i would keep in mind is i would not underestimate the power of the federal reserve. keep in mind that 14 times p e earnings at 7% nominal yield in the equity market is very competitive compared to cash and u.s. treasurys so the coast is clear, investing never makes sense. preparing
of technology like fracking. it saved american consumers cane billion last year and led to economic boom in north dakota that has a three percent unemployment rate because of the jobs created by that. fracking is safe over decades. if rights are harmed there are army of lawyers that address the grevance. any regulation on fracking hurts mankind and in the wallet. >> say fracking 10 times quickly. wayne, if the epa uses the example to go after natural gas over all is hagoing to hurt utility bills. >> of course it will. johnathon is wrong. you have to have rules and regulation . like a football game you can't let them run bezerk. >> not what i am proposing. >> let me finish. letting people protect their drinking water. if you are infecting my drinking water you are infringing on my rights. rules should be enforced. >> let's look at the bigger picture. coming back to the energy policy they mentioned. syria and turkey are fighting oil goes up. we have so many international issues affecting our oil prices. obama administration destroyed the coal industry. and so many companies are turning to
the technology and services to help you solve it. lou: the unemployment rate dropping and dramatically. the jobs picture, however, is still stagnant. former cbo director, douglas holtz-eakin, joins us here in just moments to explain all of this and to give us a perspective on the economy going forward. on wall street, stocks finished the nasdaq down about 13 points. for the week, both the dow and s&p up 1% while the nasdaq posted a fractional gain. as i reported, the september unemployment report did come in at 7.8%, down from 8.2%, 114,000 jobs, 10,000 of them government jobs. unemployment is 15% with 23 million americans still unemployed, under employed, or having simply given up looking for work. crude oil dropping again on concerns of slow economic growth. crude oil down a dollar 83 under $90 a barrel. for california, prices statewide for gasoline are $4.99 a station, and some stations charges $6 a gallon. others shut down because of gasoline shortages. nationally, the price of a gallon is now $3.79. good news, however, exxon reporting its refinery in california is back up to full operating
are wary but if you do a basket or a large scale basket of technology ipo group for the year, don't know how you would do that but that is the way to play it. >> you could do that. whether you could get an allocation i don't know. facebook is difficult but if you were able to buy in each of the ipos at the offering price you would be well ahead and part of the problem is we try to make differentiations a. there are clearly highly qualified ideas and companies that will do very well and companies that will do less well but let's also remember we have had a very difficult set of economic circumstances. the backdrop is going to be tough in october and a test by fire for the market and we have an election in process which seems to be a tossup. i make no comment about preference because i like to keep my friends and we obviously have ben bernanke simulating the system but we have real uncertainty about the economy and jobs in the united states and overseas. cheryl: a couple tips for those who want to get in the water and they have bravery on their side. what makes a good idea attractive? what
... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. melissa: remember this? israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu standing in front of the u.n. with a cartoon of the iranian nuclear threat. that was a couple weeks ago to get their attention and it sure did. now a new report says iran could be close enough to produce weapons-grade uranium to arm nukes. with me stuart holloway, former member of the u.n. security council. thanks for coming on the show. >> thank you. melissa: what do you think of this new report saying they may be able to produce enough uranium within two to four months? it shortens the timeline a lot. >> it sure does and disturbing to say the least but confirms what the intelligence community has said, which says it is not only the amount of uranium that iran needs to produce a weapon but the time in which it would take to convert that. so 25 kilograms are what they're looking for in the two to four months is a close window. now they don't know if they made the decision to convert but to have that capabi
skyrocketing gas prices. dagen: why some lawmakers are calling this chinese technology giant a threat to national security. connell: we will have all those stories but let's check on stocks now, as we do every 15 minutes. nicole petallides. nicole: i'm taking a look at the major averages, the dow nasdaq and s&p all pulling back a little bit. the dow jones industrial average down about 1/4 of 1%. we're also seeing the nasdaq and the s&p down even more than that. the tech heavy nasdaq down more than a half of 1%. on a day where the vix, the fear index is one of the few up arrows on the big board. i'm seeing retailers, drugs, bank stocks, all of those indexes do have down arrows today as we kick it off. don't forget last week was a winning week on wall street. talking about looking at a health records company. they want to be out there on the market. so they are using citigroup to run their sale, and what they are looking for is second round offers. they already have offers to be taken private by a few names, by blackstone, carlisle group, and silver lake management. we will continue to
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artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. gerri: when it comes to the fact that matter t most the jobs market debt and deficit in his easy to of this gate and we saw lot of that last night with the vice-presidential debate. i want to set the record straight. vice president biden use the word fact 26 tes the hard pressed to deliver any. over tax policy biden: the only way to find $5 trillion of loopholes is to cut the mortgage deduction, health care deduction take away the ability to get a tax break to send kids to college. ryan: he is wrong about that. you can preserve the purposes for middle class taxpayers. biden: has never been done before it. ryan: it has been done a couple of times. jack kennedy, ronald reagan. biden: now your jack kennedy? gerri: that was a cheap shot. bided was wrong when he claimed lower tax rates never had higher revenues. 1920's were slashed from 70% down 20%. there rose 60%. kennedy cut across the board with the top rate down at 70%. tax revenues jump. ronald reag
a shift. a slow recognition of the power of this industry to create jobs, new technological breakthroughs, allowing us to bring much more energy to the market than anybody thought possible, and this is making a fantastic difference, and we can see too during this recession, our industry added about 400,000 new jobs. you look at what's going on in north dakota, in 2005, they produced 3,000 barrels a day. they're close to 600,000 barrels a day in their production. so if we had the power of government behind this revolution that's happening in the oil and gas industry in america, we could make such a big difference. we think within a dozen years, we could be fairly self-sufficient in our oil needs between ourselves, canada, and our bio fuels, and think of the world having that much extra supply from us. think of the stability of the world's oil market that we could bring to bear having that extra production coming from north america. so it's really critical that we have government, no matter who is elected supportive of this approach. connell: thank you very much for coming on. >> sure, than
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business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. neil: i swore it was a suzuki vacuum cleaner, we have 4 first converse -- first controversy, a foreign vacuum cleaner at the vice presidential debate. it is all cleaned up, they are getting ready for two candidates to make their way out. the vice president, i guess they did a coin toss. vice president gets first question at him, it will be paul ryan who makes the closing statement, so he makes the closing argument. javier becerra from the great state of california joining me now. congressman we were talking about the table venue, it takes the fire out of the moment, well because you are sitting at the table. >> there is enough to talk about someone will light a flame. there are so many issues to discuss. they may have to do a investigative report on that vacuum. neil: on that vacuum cleaner, i have no idea. do you get a sense, here is what bothers me about both parties, no one is talking about the 800-ton elephant in the room. the end of year phenomenon that has been likened to a fiscal cliff, when
? with me to discuss the risk and rewards is president of the company. start with how the technology works. my understaing is basically you're pouring cold water over very hot rock and it uld create steam which you then could turn into electricity. is that about right? >> that's about right but let's get up to about the 50,000 level and start with why we're doing this. melissa: okay. >> everywhere you go the deeper you go the hotter it gets. and there's some places like newberry, get hot irfaster than others and some places where natural faults and fractures bring that hot water up right close to the surface so we can drill into it, use it, make a power plant or heat green houses or whatever we want to do, but, that is where you find it. so what we're trying to do with our technology is go in places where there is hot rock but no natural circulating geothermal system. what we're trying to do is make a naturally, make, an artificial circulating geothermal system. so, but --. melissa: what people are worried about of course you're screwing around with a volcano. is there any chance that you'
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artifacts... ♪ to a high-tetech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challee, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. gerri: how bad things are in the all-important battle ground states. gerri: well, when you talk about the bottom line, there's a few things more telling than your income. what are you making? is it more than a year ago? less than a year ago? it's a measuring stick that everybody uses, but for americans around the country, income is not a good news story. we are worse off than four years ago when the president assumed office, assuming you were employed at all. median incomes tanked, 8% fall in four years. swing states across the country, the news is the same, that is. look at ohio where both candidates are campaigning today. incomes fell from $50516 to $45749 in just four years. now, the good news, unemployment fell from 8.6% to 7.2%, but the sting of the great recession never really left. foreclosures, for example, remain high. in florida, where obamacare struck a nerve with the statings nearly 3 million seniors, income femme to 42499 and same goes f
to be playing more offensive sector, industrials, technology stocks, things like that. these are the names you want to be invested in, not the safe havens. liz: you run the balance fund, villx and some of your most widely held names, there's the apple in there, but also a company called pool corporation, you have sotheby's, we will talk more about that later. flower's foods, how do you pick a stock? >> look at companies low debt, low p-e relative to growth. we are multicapped focus. we can buy apple and go down to 700 million market cap company. we buy anywhere in between. we call ourselves multicap growth at a reasonable price. liz: what performance are you most proud of? >> in terms of individual stocks we have had success with a company called 3-d systems that makes 3-d printers. liz: return for the past three years? >> been about 25, 26 percent something like that, slightly ahead of the s&p annualized i should say. liz: folks you don't want to pay the fees unless they are going to either meet or beat at least the s&p. good to see you. he started to tease you with some names he likes right
't make economic sense. >> they're not investing in a new technology. this is not a technology of the future. this technology was around 100 years ago. the batteries don't last any longer. theyot charge any faster. the cars don't go any further than they did 100 years ago when electric vehicles were the ra. you know, the cars might a little faster than they used to. so really a failed policy. this is why government and a handful of bureaucrats are the no the people u wt deciding to invest mone into this industry. melissa: paul, you're so right. thank you so much for coming our show. we appreciate your time. >> thank you, melissa. melissa: a campaign sea shift for banks. new details how the biggest wall street firms are leaving president obama in the financial dust. that is coming up next. at the end of the day it is all about campgn cash. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you me 70,000 tradea cond... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ or help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challeng
had telecom and technology as the week's biggest liger. gold falling on profit-taking as the precious metal dropped $10 per ounce day closing the week down 1.2% although in the aftermarket session gold moving down about $14, not a great day for gold at all. cover posting the biggest weekly loss for metal slug 1.3% today for a weekly loss of 2%. producer prices rising higher-than-expected into september. 1.1% last month following 1.7% gain in august. ashley: telling us why he is fully invested in equities says in the bullish trend continues, stocks may be heading for new highs. let's start with you, 1420, a key level on the s&p. managing to stay above that mark today. >> you mentioned the cash price here in the pit behind me, watching the future, holding both of those levels today. the only issue is we are sitting on those levels right now trying to get below them right now. it'll be interesting to see what happens on monday morning, sunday night when the electronics open up because we will be very near those areas. liz: a 2% move in september, so does this surprise you at all as a tra
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... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. i've been a superintendent for 30 some years at many different park svice units across the united states. the only time i've ever had a break is when i was on maternity leave. i have retirired from doing this one thing that i loved. now, i'm going to be ableo have the time to explore something different. it's like another chapter. gerri: casino mogul steve wynn calling president obama's love on job creation. coming up next gerri: is the president out of luck? is he a brisk four american businesses? let's ask our experts. great to have you both here. i want to play this sound bite from steve wynn to give you a sense of what he said. >> i'm a job creator, guys like me are job creators and we don't like having a bull's-eye painted on our back. i can't stand the idea of being demagogue. gerri: strong words, of course, and when is a mobile of wynn resorts. how we respond that? is he one of many tos that deals put off by the president? >> he was a former obama supporte
business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. charles: the keystone pipeline protests that led to jail. eleanor fairchild and there lohan end tried to stop the destruction landing behind bears. -- bars. now "first on fox." why did you do this? a dangerous move. what compelled you? >> i have been following transcanada bullying, threatening and intimidating landowners. american manned owners threatening with lawsuits that they will drive them into bankruptcy. insisting even if they don't they will get their land. i decided to support eleanor on her own land. she was charged with trespassing all the landowner's struggling it will endangering our water supply, a food supply export pipeline only with the good for transcanada only. not our benefit. wizened to the transcanada statement. we follow all rules and regulations to get the pipeline approved and wonder why they legal activists prevent thousands of americans for providing for their families by helping to build the the gulf coast project and energy security and provides. a lot are already in existence
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the technology and services to help you solve it. lori: kind of a quiet monday morning. stocks --. melissa: not in here. we are having a great time. lori: we always have a great time. markets, if you're long the markets maybe not such a great day. get back to the floor of the new york stock exchange. nicole petallides keeping track of analyst calls at this time. >> that's right, lori and melissa. taking a look at two names on the move. on a day where the dow, nasdaq and s&p are selling off. look first at netflix a name that's been soaring this month of october. today is no different. it has been a clear winner on the s&p 500. morgue morgue jumping on board today. now weighting them from overweight to equal weight. price target of $85. netflix is at 73 right now. what they're talking about is expansion abroad. they definitely like the global picture for netflix. also valuation at current levels and what they're doing here in the u.s. u.s., is fairly valued as well. the last point they made, morgan stanley, about netflix the competition from amazon really isn't that stiff after all because t
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technology companies that benefited from a modest two and a half billion dollars in taxpayer grants, loans fell and tax breaks. there you have it. a path to riches. turning back to politics and the race for the presidency, voters split on who won last estimate. according to a cnn poll 48 percent said ryan was the victor. a cbs poll showing 50 percent say biden one. by a larger margin. joining me now to discuss the debate, its impact, if any, former adviser, fox is political analyst and veteran campaign strategist and former reagan political director, and it is great to have you both here. but, your impression of that debate. lofty, elevated, eliminating. >> and of the above. [laughter] at the end of the day the president was missing in action. look like he was on valium. joe biden should have been on valium last night. >> thorazine. >> something. >> he obviously did what democrats needed, he went out and basically beat the daylights out of both the candidate and the candid he represented. the candid, i think his performance diminished any chance that he can tap of people taking more seriou
. this is all based on the norwegian university science and technology new study. you know those norwegians are very tidy. they don't want to pollute the environment. but they say global warming, potential of electric vehicle production is twice that of conventional vehicles is basically twice as bad is what they're trying to say. and number one, they say that in studies in the past they didn't consider the impact of charging the battery. that the generating of the electricity to charge the battery if it comes from a coal plant, comes from a nuclear plant, you're kind of defeating the purpose of having a cleaner vehicle because you used this other dirty way to make the electricity. what do you say? >> well, that would be true if the majority of our electricity was still coming from coal but we've had some radical changes in the electric generation sector in the united states over the last couple of years. driven primarily by steadily declining natural gas prices. as a result, for the first time in american history, we are generating more of our electricity today from natural gas than from c
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business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. melissa: this is it story we're following very closely here on "money". it's huge and i feel like we're only one doing it. runaway inflation in iran caused a free fall in the value of the rial in the past 10 days. citizens protesting in the streets and reports of wide spread spread hoarding. could this topple the iranian regime? let's turn to former ambassador to the united states ambassador john bolton. thank you for coming back to the show. have you been following the story? >> i don't think it is as serious as demonstration in the street might indicate. obviously the collapse of the value of the rial versus the dollar is a problem for the government. remember also, they have been anticipating the sanctions for a long time. they have huge dollar reserves that they are, that they are using now. and the cost of the nuclear weapons program is really a small fraction, even if they're reduced international oil sales. melissa: yeah. >> so it's a bad thing, no doubt about it, but not a regime-threatening thing. >> we'
. they did not have the technology to make it work since 2008. now it is a major driver of business. the bending machines they have in place right now, it is on a major breakdown. huge for the stock. look at the trends on their operations. just two years ago, they had 1500. it is absolutely amazing. they are expanding around the world. they are in 14 countries. there was a great article about these guys. how cheap they are. they fly coach. they share rooms. if you go to make an investment, it is nice to know they have good verbal management. they are from minnesota. if i was a ceo of a major company, i would be at the ritz carlton. [laughter] i am sorry. [ talking over each other ] connell: between sprint in this. thank you, charles. let's get back to the big story today on jobs. confusion with the weekly number. we will try to get to the bottom of it next. dagen: delivering on every promise they have so far. we will see what it means for your money. take a look at how the dollar is holding up against major world currencies. ♪ >> announcer: meet jill. she thought she'd feeletter a
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